After a hiatus of pandemic proportions, City Walk is back. The first City Walk kicked off in May 2018 and they became a regular sold out walking happy hour. They happen each month on second Wednesdays in a new Rochester neighborhood. Get your tickets quick, because they tend to sell out fast (sometimes within 24 hours). The first 2022 City Walk kicks off May 11 in the Union Street area and Manhattan Square Park visiting Roc Brewing, Marshall Street Tavern, and Branca Midtown. Plans for future City Walks include Winton Browncroft area, Charlotte, College Town, NOTA, Village Gate and more.
City Walk is a walking party visiting great spots for food and drinks. Check out the highlight video below ! Video by Noel Bastien Video/Photo.
City Walk is a joint collaboration between Rochester A-List, ROConnoisseur and the destinations each City Walk will visit.
La Tourelle Hotel Bistro & Spa in Ithaca, NY is sponsoring the upcoming Summer Season of walks. Each City Walk you participate in, you’ll receive an automatic entry to win a two night stay at the hotel with breakfast for two each morning and $50 credit at their on-premise August Moon Spa. The winner will be announced at the October City Walk.
City Walk Spring/Summer Schedule
July 13, 2022 no city walk this month
Oct. 12 no city walk this month
A limited number of tickets are available for each City Walk. Tickets are $15. Click on the underlined text next to each date to purchase. Want to get involved? Contact us. City Walks will offer tastings from local artisan eateries as well as the restaurants visited on each Walk.
More about ROConnoisseur
ROConnoisseur is a local food and beverage show walking viewers through the doors and behind the scenes of the area’s most notable eateries, breweries, wineries, and cideries. Season 1 launched in Summer 2017 and season 2 launched Oct. 17, 2019. The show concept and name has changed to ROConnoisseur’s Roadtrip in season 2 as host Casey Bowker explores food and drinks from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes. Watch the season 1 episodes here.